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The Lennard Jones potential (also referred to as the L-J potential , 6-12 potential , or 12-6 potential ) is a mathematically simple model that approximates the interaction between a pair of neutral atoms or molecules. A form of the potential was first proposed in 1924 by John Lennard

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Dr. Lennard Stokes was a rugby union international who represented England from 1875 to 1881. He also captained his country on five occasions, notably in the first ever match against Wales . Like his brother Frederick Stokes , after captaining his country he went on to become the president

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Lennard Jones is well-known among scientists for his work on molecular structure , valency and intermolecular forces . Much research of these topics over several decades grew from a paper he published in 1929. His theories of liquids and of surface catalysis also remain influential. He

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Pearce studied drama at the Royal Academy of Dramatic Art , in London and performed for the Entertainments National Service Association during World War II . In the 1950s Pearce starred in many West End plays. In the early 1960s, he understudied Doolittle in the original West End production

Edward Pomeroy Barrett-Lennard print that page

Barrett Lennard arrived at the Swan River Colony on board the Marquis of Anglesea on 23 August 1829 bringing with him six servants and substantial assets including farm animals and equipment. He was allotted a relatively large grant of 2,906 acres (11.8 km²) and quickly established a property

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Bill Lennard print that page

Great Ancoats Street, Manchester. The team repeated this win in 1966 and coupled with Ray Hatton, Lennard twice won the NDA Men's Doubles, in 1967 and again in 1975. He also partnered Anne Westwood to the 1972 NDA Mixed Doubles title. In 1975 he came fourth in the second Phonogram World

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Anne Lennard, Countess of Sussex print that page

infancy; and two daughters, who lived to adulthood, co-heirs of the Barony Dacre : [ 6 ] Barbara Lennard : born 12 July 1676 at Westminster, London; died 1741 at Paris . Married Charles Skelton, Esq., Lieutenant-General in the French service, and Grand Croix de St. Louis. Died without issue

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Sir Thomas Barrett-Lennard, 1st Baronet print that page

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He was the illegitimate son of the 17th Baron Dacre and Elizabeth FitzThomas. [ 2 ] Barrett Lennard was educated at Downing College, Cambridge . [ 3 ] He entered the British House of Commons for Essex South in 1832 and was a Member of Parliament (MP) until 1832. [ 4 ] Barrett Lennard

John Lennard print that page

Sightlines and Monographs series for Humanities-E-Books. [1] Beyond his unusual work on punctuation Lennard 's major work has been in literary handbooks for students in the last years of school and first of college. The Poetry Handbook: A Guide to Reading Poetry for Pleasure and Practical

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He is also director of Project Biocultures , a think-tank devoted to issues around the intersection of culture, medicine, disability, biotechnology , and the biosphere . His current interests include disability-related issues; literary and cultural theory; genetics , race, identity; and biocultural